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Ministry, Central Bank sign pact for oil revenues fund

Governor of the Bank of Guyana Dr. Gobind Ganga displays the agreement with Finance Minister Winston Jordan after the signing. (Ministry of Finance photo)
Governor of the Bank of Guyana Dr. Gobind Ganga displays the agreement with Finance Minister Winston Jordan after the signing. (Ministry of Finance photo)

The Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Guyana (BoG) yesterday signed a pact which brings closer the operationalisation of the Natural Resource Fund, which is to receive oil revenues, a move hailed by government as demonstrative of its transparency in the management of the oil and gas sector.

Poole blasts poor officiating in T/dad

“The worst officiated tournament I have ever been to,” was how Guyana’s first AIBA Three-Star Coach, Terrence Poole, dubbed the just-concluded Caribbean Boxing Championships which was staged in Trinidad.

Surujnarine confident Albion will win Busta title

Albion Cricket Club’s Kandasammy Surujnarine is confident his unit can dethrone Rose Hall Town Namilco Thunderbolts in Saturday’s final and lift the Berbice Cricket Board/Busta Champion-of-Champions title.

Jamaican wins Caribbean Impact Award in New York

(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaican public relations practitioner and media relations specialist Lyndon Taylor is one of the recipients of this year’s Impact Awards in New York, presented by Caribbean Life and Schneps Media for outstanding contribution to the Caribbean diaspora community.

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